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#2 Steven Ferrarini
Position: Guard
Height: 6'1"
Weight: 175
Year: Sophomore
Hometown: Omaha, Neb.
High School: Westside
Other College: Central CC
Central Community College
• Spent two years at the school, but redshirted his first year with the Raiders.
• Closed his career with six points against an Iowa Western CC team led by his current teammate, Devin Brooks, in the NJCAA postseason.
• Averaged 10 points per game, with a high game of 21.
• Coach was Marty Levinson.
• School is located in Columbus, Neb., about 90 minutes from Omaha.

Westside High School
• Averaged 17.0 points, 7.5 rebounds and 4.0 assists per game as a senior.
• Had 35 points and 11 rebounds as a senior in a 77-65 win vs. No. 4 Lincoln Southeast.
• Named honorable mention all-state Class A by the Lincoln Journal Star after his senior campaign.
• Played in the Nebraska Coaches Association All-Star game.
• Also participated in the Boys & Girls Clubs of the Midlands All-Star basketball game.
• Started all 50 games on the hardwood as a junior and senior.
• Earned eight letters, four each in basketball and football.
• In football, played both wide receiver and strong safety.
• Named third team all-Metro as a senior.
• Coached by Brian Nemecek.
• Played AAU ball for the Omaha Crusaders and coach Dan Archie.

More About Steven
Full Name: Steven Paul Ferrarini
Birthday: Jan. 11, 1993
Birthplace: Omaha, Neb.
Parents: Steve and Kathy Ferrarini
Brothers: Ross (23), Nick (14)
Major: Business - Marketing
Nicknames: Ferrari
Favorite Sports Team: Memphis Grizzlies
Favorite Sports Memory: Scoring 35 points my senior year in a high school game
Favorite Athletes: Kobe Bryant, Zach Randolph
Favorite TV Show: Trailer Park Boys
Hobby: Listening to music, hanging out with friends
Why Creighton: Great academic opportunity and great athletic opportunity as well
Career Aspiration: Own my own company
Summer 2013 Job: Server at Hector’s Mexican Restaurant
Favorite Vacation Spot: Wilmington, N.C.
Did You Know: Steven’s older brother, Ross, was part of the Creighton men’s basketball program from 2009-12 and was nicknamed “The Godfather”